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LAJKE WORTH FROM MUNYOJTS ISLAND. CHALLENGER FAST BOAT. Averages 27 1-2 Miles an Hour in Palm Beach Races. [FT TELEGRAPH TO THE TEIBUTE.] Film Beach. Fla., Feb. The first day's racing of the Palm Beach Motor Boat Carnival was narked ty the fast time made by Proctor Smith, drlvlnj the 160-horsepoww motor boat Challenger. In a four-mile handicap race. It averared 274 miles an boor. Mr. Smith said that he had not parted the Oiallengcr, and that she could do bet tar. About one hundred boats took part In the 11 taalnated boat parade this evening:, all being- deco rated with colored lights. The line circled In and OOt arsons several score vachta and larg-e boat« wbich lay at anchor, outlined In electric lights. Crowds filled the boats, and several bands and orchestras played. Rain cut the parade phort half an hour after it started. Nearly one thousand vls- Stors are here from the North. 'Tb» summary of the day's races follows: SfcOuraaoa raoe CsmaU powered boats: Break*™ Cup: «tCt>t nUlas)— Woo by G. £ Andrews' s Shadow. 41:11-*; I* P. Pett»»'« Boost. 46:54, «eoon4- . , O=e-=;!» race <boat« under twelve miles an hour- L»eu •aoact \\lUo-Jctby Trophy) — Won by G. El Andrews s BimAnr, C:ISH; A. J. Banflersoa"* Olive. S:2SH. eecona; E. W. msttS.'a Histsd. 7:24. thlr<S. ?V=r-=ille race Jhacdloap; hlth tp*«& boau, H. M. rosier Trophy)— " Woo by Proctor Smith's Cballenre, • :*IW net?G ,tX Dewcy's Comet. 12:14 H. second; Grant r»rr*js Jr.'s. H. O. Thompson. 14:15. third: C. K. Bur •!-»=•■* "Wrtnrler. 20:24. fourth. Tiaasnrr boat, race (under twelve miles an hour: Auto j=cbC» Maehin« Trophy)— by T- G. Reynolds-* De 2wl»:58; W. I. Hurrstetter'* T. Kc«a. 21:55. Fjcona. s^l Haaeook's Globe, 25:14. thlnJ. E. W. Histed s Histed. Jtour^Ciui^raoa Oiaadloap; C. P. Plnphaxn Cup>— 'Won by Proctor eialth-s Ch«Uacser. 11.68 H. r.et: G K. Pewey s Co=et. 15:ff;«4. B««OEd: Alexander Stein's Shrimp. 27.38-a. third: I*. T. Tettea's Soout. 2S:IS*». fourth. CHALLENGE TOR POWER BOAT CTTP. Standard to Race Vingt-et-Un on St. Law rence in August. Oriatsburg, N. T.. Feb. I— The Thousand Island Yacht Club has challenged the Chippewa Yacht Club for the American Power Boat Association trophy, a gold loving cup, open to international ocanpetition. naming as challenger the Standard, owned by Price McKenna. of Cleveland. Ohio. The trophy will be defended by the Vlngt-et-Un. owned by "Willis Sharp Kilmer, of Binghamton. which won it from the Columbia Yacht Club. New- York, racing under the Chippewa Yacht Club colors, last September. Seme of the swiftest boats of this country and several from Europe aTe expected to compete. A thirty-mile course i? now being laid out on the St. liwfence for the race, which Is to be held on Au gust St 25 -.nd 26. THOMAS'S CAR TO CUBA. Heavy Fog Too Much for Automo biles at Ormond. [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBrNE.] Ormond. Fla_. Feb. 1.-A heavy fog made it necessary to put off the time trials scheduled for this mornlr.e after H. L. Bowden's driver had a kilometre trial in bis 130-horsepower Mercedes. Owing to the poor condition of the beach the best the car did to-day was 0:25. The fastest kilo metre by an automobile was made yesterday by Mr. Bowder. himself In 0:20 3-a. Besides the Bow den car the 60- horsepower Christie, E. R. Thomas's 90-horsepower Mercedes and the 20-horsepower Renault were the only other machines that ap peared for a trial. The la*t two named cars will take part in the Cuban ra.ee. Oscar Hedstrom, on a 3^-horsepower Indian motor cycle, covered the kilometre In 0:403-5. This winds up the tourna ment here. HOCKEY. LAWRENCEVIILLE BEATS "POLY PREP." lAwrencevills Preparatory School hockey team defeated the Polytechnic Preparatory School seven at the Clermont Avenue Rink, Brooklyn, last night, 10 to i. In the first half "Poly Prep" made two tallies before the New-Jersey ttudents had shot a goal, and the crowd -went wild. Th» first half ended 3 g-oals to 2 In favor of Lawrencevlll©. The- Brooklyn players made two more In the final period but the visitors added seven. Smith played a clever game lor "Poly." CUTLER OVERWHELMS SACHS. Cutler School overwhelmingly defeated Sachs Bcbocl in an ir-tereoholastic hockey game at St. SCcholas Biiilt last night, by the ncore of 22 to 0 Downii^-. Fox and Crosby made most of the goals. REIX BEATS GARDNER. Jersey man Loses in Championship Billiard Play. ChJcejfo, Feb. I.— Edward C. Rein, of Chicago, de feated Edward G. Gardner, of Passaic, N. J., 300 to SB. to-night. In the championship billiard tourna ment hare. With the 6core standing 221 for Gard ner and 123 for Rein, at the twenty-fourth round, the latter began fcls uphill fight, and with a high run of SO In the thirtieth Inning he steadily cut down the distance. 'Gardner's high run was 42 and his average €17-44. Rein average was 6 3&-41. The other •winners to-day were Bigoamejr, of Snn Francisco, and Norrls. of New-York. Mgoura»7*a opponent was Schmltt. of Racine. The Pac:ne coast man won by a score of Mto M li - average was 61S-4T. and his high run. 34. Schmitt averaged 5 45-4" and he made a high run of 45. In the afternoon game between Norrfs, of New- York, and Threshie, of Boston, the score was 303 to ISS in favor of Norr:>. Norrls*B high run was 87. and Threahie'a II Nor rls made aii averse of 6 5-17. and Threshie 3 16-17. On account of the sudden death of his mottJcr. J. F. Postrrh-jr? returned to New-York to-day, and for a time it we believed the present champion trould have to let the tournament so by defa.uK out to-ulght it 1* said that he will not be ccm:>e!lt <i '.O rtliii.-juin:. his J'laCi . LEWLNBERG DEr£ATKD BY GEHSHEL. "Etc of 14 CarroTas Gwce Victory 111 Class 3 A timely »aa of forty-four caxroms won the amateur l>:ll)*xd watch bust night for William C*rshel In the intercity championship tournament of Cl&fs B. He defeated Albert L>ewenb«rs by the score- of SM i>o!nts to SS3. Throughout the match (;<■!*!.»; gathered ...t. FJr.»d rlusifrs at the 14 ■ttZit b«:vt:i.« sninw. wlt! ( two oou^tii [ a bulk, than did hia o^:)unent. T!it men wen yrncticaliy on even terms M to tae fi:!»-fourth inninr. Then G+rch<4 v ,<):( .1 nut «4 c.inonis In on« of the cor r/ : *Ki J L o lf '" oWfcU , :l witl; I?. s and an unfinished 11, which ran out t! • ma tell and recorded the tirwt *»f«ar for MwtcWi t- r,« ft^fun rawiMiiiiaiii iz~ *s t '.* r. iti\a xy i S»Ul!» O»T«f.«. : --l>. 2. 4. .•;. 3^ .T 1 ',»» o 1 I » (i ; :» -~. > i. I. •• t. r. s. < «• j, •. IT. i.'i 'o"*:k' .- i+ ft. ;•'•. '». <> 'I <i ' * ■-> '■ ?. it V • 8, i. «,, • 4^' I*, a, IS Tit. **».> f. inn; pl -i,^., SCO-S7; MA Tuns' «•. 1* ■> Ati«rt L«w«cberv—^. it, '•'. 4 . 14. 11 C. •;, 0. 0 'i '• , 14. «i. 1. O. 0. 6, Si. C. 4. 1. I. 6. ". 11, 4. ;i». 0. 6 Z,'-±\ 15 17. 10. O. O. 0. 0. 3. C, C. 1. t, O, > '• 4. O. 1, 17. «, 1,0. 6. T>»tal, 25* point*, averse. 5 30-56; high ruu.*. THE GARDEN HORSE SALE. Kitty Wilhes and Metcttas Bring $2,500 Each. There was much to Interest horsemen In the third day of the Faslg-Tipton Company's annual mid winter sale of trotters and light harness horses at Madison Square Garden yesterday. Many good horses were offered and the prices averaged well, although there was little of a sensational nature to causo particular comment. A big crowd »as again in attendance afternoon and evening. The *eats on the 26th-st. side of the big amphitheatre were well filled with onlooker?, of whom many were women, while the bidders crowded about the auctioneer's block. Among those who took an active part In the bid ding yesterday were L. Fitzpatrick. John McGtiirr. Joseph Kaiser, Elm«r Stevens, "William Simpson. Charles Wetland, W. D. Hunter. William Scott, all of this city; L. H. Bair,. Geneva. N. V.; A. K. Johnson. Brockton. Mass.; A. J. Furbush. Boston; H. T. Cockran. Dawson. Perm.; W. E. Shackelford, Atlantic City; W. W. Evans. Lexingtor., Ky.; James G. Simons. Philadelphia, William Wetland, Goshen. N. V.; James Mol!'\\ . New-Haven, Conn.r Charles Warren, Newark; Horace Cheney, Boston; James Y. Gatcomb. Manchester, N. H.; E. E. Eckert. Memphis, Term ; Captain Robert Hunt, Chicago; General Benjamin F. Tracy, A. W. Davis, Providence; J. H. Phillips, Gravescnd. Long Island; James Baird. Boston, and Richard Burke, Johnston. N. Y. Kitty Wilkes, 2:ls^i, and Metellas, 2:11. were sold for $2,500 each, whiah was top price of the day. Kitty Wilkes was in keen demand, and, after some spirited bidding, was knocked down to Wllllaia Scott, the well known road driver, for $2,500. She will be seen on the Speedway. It was the general opinion that she was well sold, as she goes lame on the slightest provocation. In spite of this, how ever, she raced through a successful campaign last year, and is likely to take a mark of 2:10, as she has gone a well credited trial in 2:099*. On the Speedway she should more than hold her own and win many brushes. ■Tames Molloy bought ICetellas, 2:11, and will send i....: to the stud. He is a horse of fine size and good bone, and should be a successful sire. By Mambrino King— Metella, and she by Almont, he is choicely bred, and has speed enough to have earned a mark of 2:05. He was timed separately last season in 2:07. His opportunities in the stud have been limited ui_> to this time. Lawson, the three-year-old own brother to Alice Edgar! made a good impression when shown, and in sr>ite of the fact that he is a green trotter brought $1,025. William Weiland, who trains for General Benjamin F. Tracy, was the buyer. It is not unlikely that General Tracy was the real buyer, as he was at the sale and looked the promising colt over most carefully. Dr. Madara. 2:OS. which forced Direct Hal to step In I "4 : to beat him In ISO 2. was hid in by Elmer Stevens, In ail probability for Andrew Crawford, who owns Invader. 2:10. The price was 5&25. He has a trial, of 'Z-.Oi l^ to his credit, and may pace to that mark this year. Mustard. 2:05%, with a trial of 2:06*4, was pur chased by Charles Weiland for $800. Mustard, driven by Harry K. Devereau. won the pacing cup at the intercity cup meeting at Cleveland last fall beating E. E. Smathers's Sphinx S. and C. K. G. Billlngs's Greenline. She Is bred in the purple, and. although eleven years old. should win herself oat without much trouble. A sore knee probably accounted for the small price for Lady Patchie. She was sold 10 F. K. Baker, of Chester, Perm., lor (880. There were many horsemen wfco expressed the opinion that she would bring at least $3,000. She has a trial of 2:OSV and in her last race, at Memphis, was second to that good horse Tom Axworthy In 2:0*14,. Marlon Wilkes. 2:OS^ an old Speedway favorite, went to Paul Connolly, of Philadelphia, for $1,500. While somewhat rough raited and eight years old, she Is a good race mare, and Is likely to be heard from the coming season. .The sale will be continued to-day and to-morrow, and many choice offerings are Bull open to astute buyers. The best sales of the day were: Miss Dewey Arna (StlO 1 *), b. m.. pac*-r. 7. by Galileo Rex — Gray Kit. by Inveterate: R. Burke. Johnstown. N. T $1,000 Black Prince, fclk. g., -pacer, 9, by Oneida — dam by Adrian Wilkes; R. Burke Johnstown, N. v . . 400 Jefferson Wllkes '2:l4Vi. b. b., 14. by Al"on»— MaKple Shea, by Jefferson Prince; U. a. Bax.ta. Brooklyn 800 r>ouble Z. (2:lS3ij trotting 2:2SS). pacer, b. p., 7. by Hummer — Zinc, by Pluck; John McGulre. New-York 675 Nominal, <2:20), pacer, b m., 6, by Mountaineer Mermaid, by Monte. Carlo; CresFy & Simmon?. Philadelphia 835 Sp^edist. b. h.. 5. by Alta Vista— Speedily, by Hummer: F. J. Carpenter, Glenwood N. J 410 Oi::e Oaidand. br. f., 8. by Oakland — Lady Wllkes, by Jay Bird: I. V. HorsfMd. Mir.oola, Long Island »0 Lilly s?:;g-o (2:lt»4>. eh. m.. (<. by Sligo — Elenora, by Blue Grass Hambletonlan; John McGulre 060 Curfew MaJd, b. m.. 10. by Curfew — Nellie C, by 1 "I.:: it, ■:*-::, D 5. Jones, Flushing. N. V. ...... , STS Bay eeldinK. 8, by King 1 Lianceic. — Minnie C., by Judse l^elana: New-York Cil> Company Net*. - York ' '..... HO Roan pelUincr. 6. by Savoiia Chimes Florence, ty Oilmen ; Jc»eph Kaiser, New-York 37.1 Bello (-:24*4>. eh. g.. 5, by Belllno — Baronas. by Baron Wilke* J. Jon?s, '>.-■. York 3sr» M<na!las (2:11), Wk. h.. 0. by Mambrln> Kins — Meu-lla, by Almont • James Molloy, New-Haven. 3,000 Staff, b. c 2, by Onward Silver — Chord, by AVilk«» Boy ; John P.. Colllngitwood, Hills Grove, R. 1.... !^7."> Wlllowdako. eh. s.. S, by Ja<-k Boblnson—Exp> nella. by Socrate?; W. W. Brans, I^exinston, Ky . (500 The Main Thing, b. c, -. by Moko — Oangiazia. by Actevolo: James Y. Simons. Philadelphia 410 Dr. Madara i":wm. eh. e-. !>. by Simmons — Mary Glenn, by !-• i Wilkes: Earner Stevens New- York 92r. Ay!v.ir. a.lh 1 *), br p.. 7. by Electric— Silver Bell, by eimmons; Georpe Hlselns, Brooklyn . ess Dem Bells, b m . 7, by Bow Bells- Princess In Red, by Bed Wilkes; G. W. Head. Mount Ver non 4^." Lawson, m. c. 55. by Moko — Pie Yemen, by Jay Bird ; William W»lland, Gr.ehen. N. V .... 1,025 Evelyn Bird (2:1514), b. m.. 0, by Happy King — Secret, by Your.s Jim; M. Glasenkamp. I'lus burg Hi 10 Netlna (2:l» l 4), b m.. 6. by Allerton — He'l Rock, by Epotlst; K. Cook, Clarksburg-, W. Va 9f.0 I. T. Waab! <2:l3Vi>. b. h.. It. by Rupee— Molly K. by Volney; D W. E. Shackelford, Atlantic City. N. :• woo Professor Bhaler (2:2O Vi), blk. p.. 7. by Bard. more — Grace WHkea. by Adrian Wilkes; J. J. Kltz rerald. Brooklyn 335 Pearl Patchen (2:34). b. m., 7, by Bourbon Pan-hen dam by Vie. Monroe: EJ»rr yon Loosei-elt, Austria. KftO Minibus, !>. in., '••■ by Expedition— Minna Will by George '. .kf-.= H. T. Cochran. Dawson. Venn. 4t'iO Baron Desmond, bi p.. 7, by Baron Wilkes— Frank!* Bhadd. by J. R. Shedd; T. H. OaUlscen Campbell <^hlr> 350 Dart <2-os'i i. b. m.. '■' by John R. Gentry — dam unknown: a. J. Furbish, Boston c r, Uuctard i2:«» ; 'ri. I. in . 6. 'by Vatican — Minna \Vl!ke« bjr George Wilkes; Charles Weiland, Stw-Twi ' (ton Dtasooal, b c 7. by Marcasplo — Mohawk Mary, by Mofaawk; Thnnw •v Uurphl Glen Cove. N. V.. 800 Kunston. pacer »2:o?'.i>. rr. E-. *>. by Dirtatus— riam n^t Kiv:a: John Jones, New-York • 1,000 Her Ladyship, pa •» ■: . blk. m.. f>. by Wi!k<-s Boy— Twinkle, by Dictator: G. W. Pittr", Baltimore.;. .'.OO Sadie m>on. pacer (2:<m';i. eh. m.. B, by Haron Bel — ?al'<- M by Ira Wilkes; George Levy, Phila delphia ' l! > Kitty WSlkes f2:l."Vi). b m.. 7. by Rel Cload— Cl^ui'.ie by Tom Kxurr: Wltllai Scott. New-York 2T><X> Mamie Mack C2JtO\i). \<:>. m.. «. by Altus — V. B. M.- by Hcbert; J. G. Wood. Philadelphia --" Ira Band. Jr.. pacer, b. «?., 7, V.y Ira Bani-- Rene Mark, by Way-mart; B. A. Bulklpy, Bouthp I Conn ..'.... . 878 Marrellt Hal i 2:22' b. m.. i by Brown Ha! — Hetty by Snow Heels; .'.. Johrsfor.. Brockton, Mvi 525 H«f: ■ f2:*ZBU). >>. r.. S. hv Advance — Hannett**, '.-.• Hannii John Rainer. N>'w-York np/> l^adv Patchie (2-51 » l> m.. U \>\- Ma.lri,l— Rl'.Mie wr-.e. by Onward: F. K. Baker . MS DnlJla Eli (S:2t\i)J I*, m.. X. by Roman — Ulnr.le !\lnst. by £muKiflor; Herr yon I.otiseveldt, An;— W-!l>'..'. <7S Hmrhm Wiikes (2:CSH*i. !•. m.. 8 by Hawthorne Wl'k"**— "Prtnccus, by I'rinc-p?; Paul Connelly, PhilaAelptU .'. l.noo La-Iy Fair <2:17' J ). br. m.. S. by Goi"«lp«T— !. lziie Tt.. br .VM«o; Ooodsprinp Storl; Farm. Bara. Perm 4*'< H'vmvtrard (2:in',i). b. b.. H. by Ptrathway — Ida Key. by <"ro«>en',r: A. Koiiy New-YorU "k5 Wl-.. 1« It -•!.. rr. t., lft, by Nutwood W'like* -l*s»* Jean, by Brigadier; Henry Raid, New ark 610 Jo» N. f2:l7*i). Wi. (f.: hv Milrol— Haul Ann. by Bay Bird: Davl,* M<-Do-*2liV ri"Fbui-r ' ,SOO Dor: Coztne, pu'-^r C2:l"i. br. h.. by GtiTi»-<>tt« TVllkfF— lJidy T*iapr. by Garr&rd ChUf; J. H Carmi.-hoel. ''^rlnpneSd. Mars '. ... ceo Fr«nfc T. (2:23 1 *'». br. g.. by Knrirht— Mary, i y Mt.ntprmery: Pn'il Wood*. Raletn, .V. 2 730 Tommy Burn*, pf.cer, h. r.. 7. by Bobby P.urn»— l>.!r>. Iv IMzhtm; 'U'Uilam Kelly New-York. 1 s(>o Ft»?-!'-- '2:15). eh. r.. 0 by Quintuple — Swanhilde. by \ iVin-f- WUIUm .-ai'lter. Albany 1273 i'xfi:)J-.ltf . <h. s., hv M<-ndo---«no — SF'l.er by Ex- ~ i,r*+~- M. S. V.hfnn, Paterson N. J ••••-, En?*r JTir--/. <:':()>':■). »■ c. 12 by Tsrellan Prlnco -"^vc Maid, by Silver Tail: Max ■■• '..imiin Dotton 575 The number of bead Fold on the third day was 108 bringing a total of S4B.CK. The total of the sales for the three days tor 232 head was J20C.225, NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. THUKBDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1905. LIEUT. RICE RUNS FIRST Filatory Third in Two Year Old Rice at Ncw-Orleam. [BY TKLKGKArH TO THE TRIBUNE.] New-Orleans, Fct>. I.— A soft, lumpy track to-day made the eo'.ng unequal, but scratches were te.vr. The Lort-»s w>r<» rather ordinary. About the best race of the day was the third, a celling • affair nt one mile for three-year-olds, won by Lieutenant Rioe in a field of eleven, filatory, which won so brilliantly his first race in the colors of Robert Walden, started to-day for the firat tlmo in the second race In the colors of his new owner, Mrs. Hart Dernham. and was made the bottlnEr favorite. He finished third. Edward Corrijr&n, *Jc:r,uei L. Heasllp. Congress man Rhinoc George B. ('ox and Francis Trevel yan, all Identified with the new racing organization. •were in the crowd at the Fair Grounds this after noon. The summary: First race (fivo and one-half furlongs)— TVreath of Ivy. l(Ki (H. Phillips). 8 to , r ). won: Esperance, 100 (BalrdV 5 to 2, second, Flora Levy. 105 (Aubuchon), 10 to I, third. Time, i:ll%. Ger.ia. Hocro. Responsive. Eva Russell. Bt. Mcrrylegs. Fickle Saint and Belle of Mil ford also ran Serond raco <onf»-half mlla) — Parker. 115 <Crlm mlns). (5 to 1. won; Grey Dal. 110 (H. Philllpp). 7 to 2, seer.nd: Filatory. 110 (Gannon), even, third Time. 0:53. Little rtosp. Tonnrbon. Show Down. Hasu No - lianna and Linn Grafts Lad ai> i ran Third laop (on» mile)— L'eutenant Rice, 100 (Mclnt3Te). 4 tr. 5. won: Mr. Jack. 06 (Crirntr.lr.s). (i to 1. second; Lineal. 100 (Baird). C in 1. third. Time. 1:471* Hersh man, EvasklU. Eishop Weed Jud^e Banner, No Trumper. Xiaxy Moore and Norwood Ohio also ran. Fourth race (six and or.o-half furlor.es) — Lord French, 103 (Robbing). 3 lo l, won; Dusky. 100 (W. Hennessey), 3 to 1. second; Rocar Smith, 1«» (J. Henncssy> 26 to 1. third. Time, 1:2.1Vi. 'Worthlnpton, pawtuclcet. Frank Rice Tellmantown nnd stolen Moments also ran. Fifth race (one mile and a quarter' — Harry New. 89 '••■■■ 1. won: Lady Mistake. 84 (Flemlnic), 8 to i. seeor.d; Gracious S4 (Oregar) 8 to 1. third. Time. 2:14 V Colin Georgt Always Faithful. First One. Soldier of Fortune, Bustler and Barca also ran. Sixth race (five furlongs) I^a Grocqua, 105 (Crlmmlns) 6 to I, won; Bride, 105 (Austin). 3 to 1. second; Belle Barnard. 1(« lYnunp). 12 to 1. third. Time, 1:05. Lady Patricia. Breaker, Mathilde. THonia and Tambour' II also ran. NEW-ORLEANS ENTRIES FOR TO-DAY First rare (selling: one ml!e>— I.ida I.eib 91; Triumvir. 03; Conundrum. Bd Flamboyant. 101; Ponca, 103; Whorler, 103: Hands Across 108; Pierce J., 106; John Doyle, 109; Glendon. 114: Caithness. 96; Over Again. 114. Seeonl race (sellii^; six furlongs) — Yton*.. 107: Red man. lnO; Fiasco. 100: Dappl* OoM, 110; Belle of Milford 110: Chamhlee. Ill; Vi'".x Uozsea 112; Badducee, 112: Sid Silver, 115 ; Baywood, 115; Topic 118; Jerry Hunt. 112. Third rac( (six furlon*-*)— Lloyd. 83: Lamplight. ST.: Miss Srtatab. b3; Capltnno. 88, Cherryboy, 88; In quii-ltlve Girl. H7; Miss Betty. 67: Torio. 89; Matador, 100; Huzzah. 104: Ari!! Shower*. 104: Astarita. 111. Fourth race ihandcaj.: onj mile) — Jordan. 90: Kick shaw. 98; Old Stona, 1C«; Dan McKenna, 104; Garnish. 100; T. >bojrgiir. 107. Fifth race ifiv^ and ono-half furlongs) — 100; IntrUue. 100; Fills, 100: Basswood 100; Inspector Halptn. 10-; Lockout. 102: Vlperina 104: Kilties. 103; Kilts, 106; Jake Sander*, 10i»; Escutcheon. 10.<. Han-.« Horn, 109. Sixth raco (selling; one mile and a furlong) — Swedish Lad 82; Lou M.. 88: Few Hunting, 85: Royal Arms. 86; Hickory Corners, «*>: Mainspring 96; Bellindlan, PS; Handsplnaer. 98; Burke Coonraa, i"0; Little Boy, 100; G:u\inn. inn. Le» King. 103. SAIS REPEATS AT OAKLAND. San Francisco. Feb. ].— th« handicap at Oak land to-day, the betting was decidedly brisk amonc: Bats, Soufriere. Military Man and Bombardier. Sais, which won his race yesterday, came back In gallant style and won easily. Military Man was second and Bombardier was third. The summary. First race (seven furlongs) — Greenock, 108 (Minder), 8 to 1. won: Foxy Grandpa, 108 (Knapp), 0 to 5, second; Dotterel, OS i handler*. 3 to 1, third. Time, l:3o^. Claudator. Mosketo. Maxtrcss, Mr. Dingle. Theodora L.. Floriar.a Belle. Myrtle H. and Libbie Candid also ran. Second race male, and a quarter) Modicum, 105 (Foun tain), even, won; Glenarvon, 107 (Minder) 8 to 1 second- Krne. 107 (Knapp). 5 to 1. third. Time. 2:l7 bk. Ex pedient, LanEfcrd James and Formero also ran Third race iflx furlongs) Cloche dOr, I<V7 "'lark) 6 to 1. won; Yellowstone. 108 (Minder). 6 to 1 second- Clnclnnatua, li , (Mcßridfe), even, third. Time, 1:19%. Haven Run. Tom Slavin and BfOgTMOr also fan Fourth race (handicap; mile and'nfty yards)— S»i», 102 (Knapp;. 5 to 2, won; Military Man, IOC. (Jonas), 3 to l second; Bombardier. 106 (Minder). 5 to 1. third. Time' l:i'l',.'. Soufriere, Ara, Instrument. Red Cross Nurse an. i Tenr.ybum aJso ran. _ Fifth race (Futurity Cours-)— Hlpponax. 113 (Alarif>) o to 1. won; Dr. rman, 105 (Chandler) C to 1. fwcond' rffervesceace 101 (Clark). 20 to 1. third. Time. l:lfiu' Revolt. Fort Wayne, Emma ReoboM and Virginia Boy alxo rs.n. Sixth race (fl\v furlong?) — Tramator. 107 (Mcßridge) a to 1, won ;_ Prince Brutus. 107 (Jones). 8 to 6 second- Salable, id, (Knapp), 4 to 1, third. Time. I:OSVi. Indi cate. Edrcdun. St. Denis, Steel Wire and True "tYm* also DALVAY WINS EASILY AT ASCOT. Los Angeles. Cal.. Feb. 1.-At the first turn In the first race at Ascot to-day there was a Great deal of crowding. Turtle fell and Straggler stumbled = %£ V?va trOU T^ a^SSr? fr ° m Tlm Paj ™ First race (six furlongs)— Elfln King. 10* (Duirani 6 to My Gem, ins ,r. Walsh) it to j S •<??,..» •1. thlr-1 Time. T " Fd, Sf'eal^'ran-. "^ Ma ' I " 1 "-- «'^ an.! Second race (one and one-sixteenth miles) Free«ias » \ »V •■* T " '■ woor - Varrn - >W fDuiram Sto 1 sec ond Montana Peeress. 105 (Kent), Bto 6. third T'me 1^49. Btranier. Headstrong. Little Adele and Turtle'^ Third rare (Plauson Course)— Blue Coat. 105 (Fuller) B to 6, won; Ralph Reese. ];. (E. Walsh), 8 to .". second- Sweet Kitty Bellalrs. 87 (Dorsey). 2to 1 third Tim« l:0»H; Sincerity Belle and Headbancfl also ran' " ' ,rT?, UI^ h c a r c i° ne miI *L and a furlong)— Watercure. 108 (Fuller). R to 8, won: Blissful. 101 (McDaniel) 4 to 1 Becond; Ralph Young. '.«•, (Moriarlty). Bto .'». third Tim ' 1:54%. Briarthorpe and Bugle Horn also ran. Fif:>i race (.purse: six furlongs) Dalvav 114 ,r Walsh). 1 to C, won; Tim Payne. 106 (T. Taylor) 3 to 1" second; On» Viva. 108 (Kunz), 30 to 1. third' Time' 1:18%. Fustian also ran. ' ■"" r ' Sixth race (one mile) — Glrdlestone. 107 (Kent) 3 to B won; Del Coronado, 96 (Drolette), 10 to 1. second Cotil lon. 99 (Miller). Sto 1. third. Time. 1:42 m, Mi'ton Young, The Gadfly and Fair Light also ran. "PITTSBVBG PHIL" DEAD. Geo. E. Smith, Racetrack Plunger, Expires at Asheville. Asheville, N. C. Feh. I.— George K. smith, tberaoe. track plunger, tetter known as "Plttsburs; Phil," .rning at a sanatorlun here from cor.- Biunption. I\c had beer, ailins for throe years with br inchiaJ and pulmonary troubi^.j. in November he came hero and sc-em<-r» to be Improving-, but he Iy i!! last night ■ ■ K. Smiths name or "fitisburß Phil." by which he was known o n the turf, was p; him by William Wley. the well known r""'°! Beller. who in the earl) V)*i managed the Isrgcsi room in the Tnlted States, at Chicago. He re ceived the name on acc-oniit of the large mimbej- of Smiths that patronized the poolroom. "Plttsburj would not do, for there was anothei Kmiti; from Pittsburg, eonseqnently Mr. Riley said, "1 •will call you 'Plttßburg Phil. 1 " and the name clung to the plunger until the day of his death, lie was educated In the public schools of Allegheny City. Perm.. reaching the grammar grade, when he wa« forced 5" go to work to assist in the support of his mother anfl younger brothers. He chose th^ oc cupation of a fork cutter, at which he worked until he was eighteen years <.Id. when h» began his career as a bettor, his first effort being on the ba.=e ime. letting on horse races li the pool rooms of those days was to conjunction with base ball and other sports. Smith turned his attention to the horses, and was a most assiduous student of form, or, to use the expression of the day. was • r handicappera of horses for bet- His success from the** start was phenomenal. He rapidly (inquired wealth, and with the sum of $40,000 to his credit .he Invaded the poolrooms of Chicago in USB. Fiom that year until the present time ho had been one of tha most Important factors in tho betting ring In this country. Although he had never witnessed a running race in his life until he reached Chicago, ho had accumulated a comfortable fortune by betting en them. He at tended tho race meetings at Washington Park and studied the methods of the different owners, train ers and Jockeys, with the result that In two years he had $250,000 to his credit. He paid a flying visit to the Eastern racetracks in 18S3 and deckled that there was a larger field for his operations in the Bast He bet heavily and. successfully and decided to beoome an owner. Ho purchased King Cadmus and a few other horses, which ho placed in charge of his brother, William Smith, an trainer. A few races convinced him that no matter how good the horses in the stab:". an owner did not have a chance without a jockey.' He selected "Tod" .Sloan in 1895 to ride for him! Under Smith's dance and management Sioan be came thu premier Jockey of it,,- world, and in lha" went to England, s.-jjere ho made a reputation never equalled by any Jockey. Smith'H Bueeen as a bt*t:c>.- Iras uniform and his winr.ings on some races were enormous, lit, ruoed the gray horse Belmar with re;narkablo eucees3 }(c won the Brooklyn Handicap with Howard Mann and the horses that wore his colors were the means uf maiiy Lggertng blows to the betting rine. He picked up William Shaw in New-Orleans In 1&00 who Boon became the equal of any jockey on the American turf through the advio« of hi» mentor The plunging propensities of "Wttabure Phil" lac :rr*-d the Sispluasure of the Jockey Cluti Shaw's license was taken away from him after a CuestionaUle ride on "Father Bill" Daly's Ulyria •rurly In \wX. Smith's entries were refused Shaw and Smith were restored to favor Uus) year by the stewards, and Smith had looked forward to ii BUcceßsful season In IWtS. George 1- Smith, personally, was rather attrac tive, lio was a fluent talker and a thoroueh biu 80-4-s a;>- J Publications. CliiWrf 6 ?! T nve Pictures They may be too young; to read and understand print, but pictures appeal to them, fascinate and interest them. But it makes no dif ference whether old or young, everyone appreciates the new feature in daily journalism, the PICTURE SECTION Published every day by the BROOKLYN EAGLE All current events local, national and world-wide are pictured daily in this Picture Section. J. Percy D unbar, Financier, A story of love and money, full of local scenes and incidents, will begin in the Picture Section February 6. DO NOT MISS A SINGLE COPY Of THE BROOKLYN EAGLE. dent of racing: The limited opportunity for educa tion In his youth caused him to read assiduously in later years. This, with travel abroad and contacl with all manner of men on the racecourse, together with his good taste, made him well liked His fortune is estimated at $1,000,000, as be was an ex tensive purchaser of plltedsed stocks every time there was a panic in Wall Street. His loss will be felt by many, as he was gtnerous to his friends and relatives. . FOOTBALL UNWHOLESOME. SAYS ELIOT President of Harvard Denounces "Mean and Ungenerous Acts of the Game." [BY TELEGRAPH TO THE 1 RIB! SE ] Cambridge. Mass.. Feb. I.— Charles W. E'.iot. pres ident of Harvard University, in his annual report. mad* public to-day, criticised football severely. In speaking: of the sport he said: To surprise, to ambuscade and deceive the enemy, and invariably to overwhelm a smaller force b y a. greater one. are the expected methods or war. But thtrs is no justification for such methods in a manly gam© of sport between friends. Th- > are essentially ungenerous, and no sport is wholesome in which ungenerous and mean acts. w '''''„ vfVh'r escape detection, contribute to victory. wh et " ( , r ■UCB acts be occasional and incidental or habitual- President Eliot acquitted both the public and the average player of any liking for these football evils ALL-ABOUND CHAMPIONSHIP JUNE 2S Contest Will Be Held in Boston— Meet for Boxing To Be There March S. The championship committee of the Amateur Ath letio Union of the United State? has granted to the Boston Athletic Association, of Boston, the privi lege of holding th« Amateur Athletic Union all around championships in Boston, under Its auspices, on June 28. Ellery H. Clark, the former champion. Is to try to recover his lost title, won last year by Thomas F. Kiely, of Ireland. The championship committee— Dr. George X Her man. Ist Regiment Athletic Association of Chi cago: John J. O'Connor, of St. Louis; Edward E. Baoh. of Boston: Harry M Mi:, in, of Philadelphia. Bartow s. Weeks " New-York: Thomas R. Riley. of North Cambridge, Mass., and James B. Sulli van, of New-York, chairmai ded to hold the national boxing championships in Boston. The date -will be March 6. JANOWSKI AND MABSHALL IN DBAW. American Chess Player Still Leads in Paris Match. Paris. Feb. I.— Janowski and Marshr. !l ch:s after noon agreed to call the fourth game of their chess match, played In this city at the Cercle de Phili dor, a draw, without making another move. Janow ski had opened the game with a queen's gambit yesterday, had won two pawns, hut. rwing to the fact that bishops of opposite colors were left on the board a victory could not be resistt=red by JanowskL The scores: Marshall. 2; Janowsld, 1; drawn, 1. The fifth, same Is scheduled fcr to-mor row afternoon, when Marshall will have to open the came. A 5750,U00 LEASfe. 6th-ave. Merchant to Have stk-ave. Building. M. & I-. Hess have leased for the Oorhain Ma.?,: facturing Company the new eight story a:. - T>aF»** ment fireproof building to be erected at No. 354 sth-av.. 2 v \i2.". feet, on land owned by Mrs. Cathe rine L. Kernochan. to a well known 6th-ave. mer chant for ■ term of twenty-one year?. at an ag gregate rental of $750,0r»> tils building will adjoin on the south the new building to be occupied by the Gorham Manufacturing Company. V. F. Pellet neau & Co. hav< sold the Irvingtoa, a seven story apartment house. Nob, 407 and ,40s Central Park West. f.O.6xU»J feet, to Nettie A. B. Wort- for $130,«» X. FIRM ENLARGES ITS JOHN-ST. PLOT. One of the principal deals made public >• wa.s the purchase of No 10s John-st., a four story building on a 1< I bs afcMaan & Taylor froir ".I 1 -"- estate of Isabel R. .'lark. Tie ns abutting pro;., rtj . LEASE A PARK ROW STORE. P. H. .1 Daly has leased for the Park Company the corner store and basement in the old Times Building, at Spruce-st. and Park Row. to Loft & Co.; manufacturer? of candy- The lease is for a term of years. INVESTOR BUYS APARTMENT HOUSE. Slaw son & Hobbs hare sold No. 319 East 2."th et a five story two family apartment house. 23x100 feet. The buyer is an investor. TO IMPROVE IST-AVE. PARCEL. Leon B Altmayer has sold for a client, to an in vestor, the five story tenement property, with two stores on a l"'t -4xloo feet. No. 73 lst-ave.. between 4th and sth Bta. This property hud been in the hands of one family for many years. The pur chaser wil! remodel the entire building. REALTY NOTES. E. Clifford Potter is tha buyer of the Mcßurney house. No. a West 37tn-at. It is said that the Rock parcel at the southeast corner of 32d-st. and ."•th-«ve. is to be improved. Overtures have been made to purchase No. 60 East t>yth-.-t., a four story and basement dwelling house, <••■■ a lot 15»x 100.5 feet. It In owned by Abra ham Bcnwab. The deal has seen practically per fected Frederick Fox & Co. have sold Nos. 309 and 511 West <Oi-.st . .1 plot "f'X:>3 f» feet. ■ TRANSACTIONS IN REALTY. Harry Goodstein & Co. have sold for Jaffer & Goldfldd a plot on the south aide of 150th-st., SO feet east of Amsterdam-aye.. on which ar« ton three story frame houses. The size of the plot Is 170x100 feet. Samuel I. Siegel was the broker. Kehoe & White have sold for ■William and James Bragley to Adolph Mandel the plot. 60x128.3 feet, on the south Bide of 135th-st.. 8M feet east of 7th-ave I.eon S. Altmay»'i has sold for the estate of John Albert, jr.. to a client a plot. IMsclM feet, at the southwest corner of 3d-ave. and I7r.th-Bt. There are one story buildings on the property. This par cel was sold at auction recently. The Crulkshank Company has sold for William T. Knapp to Edward G Whitakar No. *>'■: West End ave.. a three story brick dwelling house on a lot 19xS2 feet. The '■• ' •■■■ of Albert Akin la said to have Bold No. ; Wt^st 56th-st.. a four stor and basement dwelling use, on a lot 25x75 feet Charles 8. Kohler haa sold for Margaret Mar shall to the Rev. A. Edwin Keigwin No 135 West JUUI-Bt.. a thre«»-Btory dwelling house, on lot lt» Rx 100.11 feet. R. P. Bliss, of Charles 11. Easton & Co has cold lor the Industrial Realty Company No 210 West 48d-st.. a four-story building on lot 16.8x100.5 feel -■■■:",;-■• Halprln. Dlamondston & I,evtn have bought from William nnd Julius Kachrach th» plot ibox 99.11 feet, on the south side of HtSth-et. 125* feet west of L»nox-ave. U. Sc-hvrambaum has sold for John D. Barry the plot 100r99.11 fe^t. on the north side of 133d-nt 210 feet w«st of Fifth-aye. Henry C. Foster has sold Nos. 126 and 138 West Books mi' 1 P tions. | ('it if Pro pert// for Sale. FIVE NEW HOUSES .-specially planned to make IIOI"«EKEKPI>*G CONVENIENT. . Tlipv are pvor ythinj*; that is MODI and DESIRABLE. SEE THEM and learn hat a thoroughly l"P TO HATE. MODKKATK I'KK Kl> house in like. 46G to 474 West 14 Ist-st . between Convent and Ammjtprdara ayes Unfurnished Apartments to Let 1 X"" EAST 31ST-*~T.— Elegant apartment; I rooma -L«J I and bath; .-.-:>■ improvt-mfnt: 545. 99th-6t.. two five-story tenement houses, on plot 5Cx BSx irregular. Dr. Casan has poll for I. Sllberber? the five-story fiathouse. No 6 East 13Sd-st.. on lot 25x90.11 feet Grossman & Passon have bought from Barnet VI . Rod and others four six story tenement houses in course of construction on tire north side of KOth st., 100 feel west of lst-ave . each 37 *>xli»> 11 fret. A. Abel man has sold, through S. Bergman and H Bloom. Nos 176 and ITS East 123d-st a six story tenement house, on plot 41x100.11 feet, to Wilk & Flnkelstein. M. Tompkin & Bro. have sold for B. Mayer to M Brummer the five story tenement house. No 3.4 East 102d-st.. .on lot 25x1-iO.ll feet. M. Levy & Co. have sold Nos. Zll and 541 East 134th-5i . 30x100.11 feet, to Samuel Greenberg Aaron Goodman has sold Nos. 133 and 135 East. 109th-st.. 37.6x100.11 feet to Isaac Cohen, who will erect a six story flathouse on the site. Jacob Sommer has sold for It. Bunke tr> John Bogert the plot, 50x100.11 feet, on tr.e. north side of 123d-st., 88 feet west of Pleasant -aye. Isaac Hattenbach has sold for the Northwestern Realty Company to Louis Davis No. 446 West 124th st.. a five story flathouse. on lot 25x!'».1l feet. Richard H. Jackman has sold for Jennie E. Blish No. 239 West 127th-Bt., a three story dwelling house, on lot 15x99.11 feet. Harry Schwltzer has sold to Jacob Welnstein th» plot. 40xS5 feet, oi? the west side of Pleasant-aye.. south of 12Oth-st. Samuel Levy has sold for Gordon. Levy &• Co. la a Mr. Winer the ilve story flathou*? at No. 316 East 71«t-st.. on lot 25x100.6 feet. T. J. McLaughlir. has resold No 14 East 55th-st., a four story and basement rnstone front dwell ing house, on lot 22.€xlC->.5 f?et. which he recently hought from Alexander Maitland. The buyer win remodel the hou?e. The Duryee estate is reported to have sold No. 318 Ler.ox-ave.. a four story dwelling house, on lot 17.4x75 feet, at the northeast corner of Lenox-ave. and 12£th-st. Jacob Scheer has bought from Hyman Oppenheim the plot. 300x99.11 feet, on the south side of 133th-st.. 125 feet east of Lenox-ave. : also the plot. 50x39.1l feet, abutting in 13Sth-st. 3. M. Lowers:- & Co. •were the brokers. L. J. Phillips & Co. have sold for Charles T. Barney to David L. Block sixteen lots on the south side of 13oth-st., 125 feet west of Broadway. It is reported that the northwest corner of Lenox ave. and 145th-st.. a plot 50x100 feet, has been sold through Isaac Strauss. __, M. Ruben has sold for A. D. Weinstein to L hl felder & Weinberg th* plot. 100x59.1l feet, on the souiii side of 136th-st.. 240 feet west of sth-ave. Moses Kinzler has sold to a Mr. Phillips and an other person No. 68 East K>7th-st.. a five story flat house, on a lot 25x100.11 fee:. Abraham Siegel has sold to Israel Geltman ana Joseph L Coooer the six story tenement bouse, on a plot 4S4xST. feet, at the northeast corner of Avenue D and 7th-st. In exchange Mr. Siegel takes the northwest and northeast comers of Riverdale-ave. and Cbester-st 100x325 feet and 100x400 feet, respec- Adolph Bchelbel has sold, through H. Siegel. to Paul Herzog No. 26S West 12od-«=t.. a five story Bat honse. on a lot 25x10001 feet. Mix Marx has sold, through Slnwsen & Hobbs. to Wesley Thorn the plot. 150x100 feet, en the ec>?t <!. of Sherman-aye , 100 feet south of Haw- The Berman R^altv Company has sold lor Sonn Brothers the Mock front on Ma ■omb's Dam Road, betwtoa laid and 154 th sts.. a plot, 307x53x199.10x195 fert John II liopcarn has sold for Lorer.z Weiher to the Realty Federation of New-York the Munxl a six story apartment house. No. 535 West lllth-st.. on plr>« 75xl<T<> H feet. Charles Hibson ■•<: Co, have sold for D. D Law son the seven story elevator apartment blouse No. ill West lllth-st. on plot 45x10T.1l feet. Th.- New Amsterdam P.ealty Company and Leon .-.rd Weill have sold to John J. O'Feilly. through James Walsh, the northeast corner of Sth-a\«-. and 141st-st., iTixli» feet, and soM to Lowenfold & Pragi Nos. 2* l and Z9\ West 141st-st.. Wx!o<> feet. It has also bought from K. Stanhope Phillips, throush Thomas C. Shannon and Braisted & Good man. N<>. S3S Anisterd.im-ave.. a five story iiat house. on lot ZSxICO feet, adjoining the northwest corr.er of tn-si Ahmm Bachrarh has sold for improvement the plot, t&.'Jx - feet; on the fast side of St Nicholas aw.. 220 feet north of 155th-St. The Barman Realty Company, in conjui with H. D. Baker &' Bro., has sold the northeast corner of Lenox-avf-. and Hlst-st., a plot 59.11x1*) feet. Layton & Roeers have sold for Martin D. Fink the plot. 99.11x1 feet, at the southeast corner of 12th-ave. and 132d-st. Samuel Levy ha* sold for Isaac Syrop the five story tenement house No. 223 East SOth-st . on lot 25x100.8 feet, to Gruenstein & Mayer Nathan Silverson has sold the southeast corner of Prince and Thompson sts., a new six story tene ment bouse. on plot 62x77 feet. Max M. Pulls and Victor Stoller have bought from M. Kite No. 1.515 Avenue A. a five story flat house, on lot 25.2x97.S feet. R. I. Btown'i Sons have sold for T. G. Smith to Isaac Rollln No. i.2!<> Pulton-aye., a two story frame house. E. Osborne Smith & Co . in conjunction with B. F. McQuay, have sold for John M. Cantwell the four lots on th« east 6ide of Morris-aye.. 67 feet north of IS2<l-st. Jacob Sommer sold for John Bogert the plot on the east side of Washington-aye.. 173 feet north of Tr«-.mont-ave.. 50x91 feet; ilso the plot. 47x108 feet, on the south side of Hfth-si ltX> feet west of Washington-are.; also the plot. 60xi0ft f^et. on th« west side of Trlnity-ave.. 300 feet south of h£d-st. The Martyr Realty Company is the Duyer of the three parcels. The Northwestern Realty Company has sold to the Fleischmann Realty Company five five story nathouses it: HOth-sC; near St. Ann's John P. Jephson. as ; executor for «he e?tr»te of Eliza A. Partridge, has sold No. ?.< West 37th-st , a four story brownstone frcr.t dwe*|tng house on a lot 31x58.9 feet The adjoining house. No. G5 Via recently sold. E. Osborne Smith & Co. have sold for l\.nte> Wil son, a lot 26x125 feet, on the north side of I73th-<it 715 feet west of Walton-eve. AUCTION SALES TODAY. 100 and 111 Broad-si, n « cor Front-st. MsO>.lßgm > Ca 23 B. 8 story bit loft, offlca an! «or« blAg A S CJooUwln art Joseph Nussbaum; A I. Squires, any: R a Prv.. r r*f: ami due. |4S.asßoß>: taxes, no, 54.e05.4l By l'eifr T Meyer: 781 Oth-ave. n w cor a2il-»% ».Rx lfc>; 5 story hk tan h: Jam»» EverarJ art ..0r... iJrarniKan •« al: D M N*utM>rK«r. any; E I, Parrts. r-f. ami due. *ftfi.4t.cs2, taxes, etc. sa ve AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY. Fv Herbert A Sherman: 151-153 i>ntr<- sr ■» •« blorx front hot Walker and Canal sta. KKt.llx4s.lox irregular «-''•- 5 and 2 Story Mils*: executrix" x sale estate of U P L^bUtUt; to F. M Coyle for $135. 000; 313 23d-at n « I'M I ft t- of 3d »re, IS.Sx — : 3 story trie ten h: \\ 1» Williams act M X Clarlc et al: Harrison * B attya- l> }• Hays, raf; partition: to M J Artier for *U.-.tMi By Pariah. Fisher. Mooner A Co: tf to 10 Slat •«• ■ ■ 100 ft w of Oth-ave. 9«xOS.S>: 12 » .rv brli an.! Htcme hot«l: Am Mort Co a£t W C l)«wrjr et at; nnwera A S attys; C W Hartrldre.. rcf: amt duo. »4ai».M'. M»; taxes,' «t.-. 1.621 40; niorrgs. $375,000; to the Racord Realty Com pany for $«vS3o. By L J Phillips A Co: 317-821 34th-.it. n ■. 186 » ft • of Sri-are. ti4:ixlt>n: a ■« story fl h«, with stores, executors* ml* t-«tat.. of John 1- L,ln.lhnm. decaasxl; « > O Hpi :,.-,» for 140,200; W Henr>--«. s a, ISO ft « of Plke-st » i*> leasehold: « story front and .*. «Tory rear bldgs- «•» ecutors" sale; estate of H Israel. Uect&irJ; to Vi, . Alkus and Mrs H lilosvertn for $•". St»> By Joseph P Day: Prospeet-ave. w s. m.l C; » of feWa St. 75.1xb«.ex'lxS» 8; Slat- Realty and M >rt Co act M J Lalor et al: A J Sh*w. atty; A L, Jacobs, r«f- arut <Su*. $|i.572 8«; tax*s. eto, $£33 72; prior n»..r;«». J1O.30O; to trie plaintiff for $i».B^T THE BRONX BUILDING PLANS. Mattlda-tt. w a, 13* ft n of *«>th«it. two two nary brick dwelllnr hau»es. lS.Bxfts: X*.*.- W>iff owner; J M«lvtll» Lawrence, architect ' $7 OUO 222d-st. n s, 105 ft • of 4tb-av». fou>- two story frame dwelling house*. MsflSj; Kluabrth Smith- " ♦' •on, owner; 3 M«1tIU« Uwnac*. architect 14 000 Book* and Publication*. Itcal Estate. 1904 COMPARED 1905 lyU4 with ly(b INCREASE in sales of mortgages to hr«;. on by this Company, 45^ INCREASE in Real Estate title inscraare issued dv this Company, 445t This record proves 1. The stability and popularity of Xcv York Real Estate as a conserrathe a vestment. •2. Confidence of investors in N. Y. Citr mortgages. 8. The increasing insistence of owners and lenders on having a guaranteed title and on having th.Tt title guaranteed by the oldest, largest, strongest company. " Title guarantee and TRUST COMPANY CaplVC apl Vu lßp\l R p\\ d s 500,000 1 16 Broadway, New York. 175 Rernsen Street, Brooklyn. Mar.ufrs Branch. 19S Montaj-ae St. B*klys. Doubtful Questions of Title Doubtful cue3tions of ti:le are tcS mitt d to :be most :ar-*til serstiny aad arc- referred to the Committed of ou_ sel. which is cosiposed of the b««t knows real estate convejssccra bl tS» city. Applicant has selection of enca se! saonM he so desire. CAPITAL and »A 4%r A aa* U SURPLUS $O|&DU)Uyy The Lawyers' Title Insurance Company of New York *7 Liberty St.. Manhattan 38 Court St.. Brooklyn. To Let for Business Purpose*. m Potter Building, Park Row. Beekman and Nassau Streets OFFICES T ~Jirze a- 1 } small, slr.srle ar.d en suit* Rents Moderate. \rr^v AT OFFICE OF THE BrUJUXO. ROOM 50. S3 PARK ROW. LARGE TOP FLOOR IN METROPOLITAN REALTY BDILDDB NOW ram FOR PHOTO- T/"> i FT GRAPHING AND PRINTING. IVj LC I . RL LAND & WHITING CO.. 5 BeekmanSt. Furnished Houses Wanted. "furnished i house~wantbT tor on.» or two years, from about March Ist. i^r jnr** . Tamil v : must be unexceptionable lcH-a::or. n<t of StttS Avenue, ani a; l->a.<it tw«nty feet wfafe R M FUEUINi !.'> Wai] Street. Furnished Apartments to Let. 1— ELEGANTLY FURNISHED APARTMENT.— • vate baths, lncludlnjr meals. $15 weekly; *;>. *-* VAN RHNS£KX«AER. 1» K. llih-st . r.e«r sth-aT». Brooklyn Property for Sale. X ON lUt UILLS MUKTINO i noiania nrsHrvG but. I BEAUTIFUL EAST ELHBDBST > li U.IVHOIi; FROM HFX.UU M*. A Lots with every city improvement at *2"» 0— I ♦••• m< n'.hi'y payments. Will b» worth !'..»*• f. »acb within two >«ara. on compl«f.">n »t P«ns [l »»:'a-n:a tunnel and B:aekw«ir» Island Bn<U» J «.o!<-atai c.j.ujf. ready to occupy oa pajn»*S» bf «....* J *EX» A POSTAL CARP 1 FOR CIKCI'U*K ANI> VIEWS. 1 H\>»M.R«»- 1 AND • MORTOACE CO. B SS? Manila (tan .*».. Brooklyn. BEST BARGAIN IN BEOOKITS. F.-ir a fir*: class :-.\^:'.r.« on •.— best ;*r • ft '** '* Slope, near the main »-nirani-» to Prcwpect Pmrk- «>*• watt for the. Subway, but buy now » h.> yenj can !•* tB J excellevit Investment. This property Is •»•- •*" J19.0U0. Ctat more: can now t>» rurcha»i-<J »? oc'y W l^ miirtßasr, $10 ot*>. at H^r: thre»> story and hasement ***** »tone. 12 rooma and bath. h»rdwt->o<J trim ao«l &****• motlt-rn improv«m*nt»; li> •xce'UT.t ordfr LEONARD MOODY CO.. »?, SsVMiftV^ QTH AYE, NEAR MONTAfK CX.CB.— " ""Sis- O »ror>- brownstrn*: 12 rronis: perfect sedition. J*-^ Tlfal location: cli>». to main part; entrance: wu* l mot at once; terra •••*: <-?ian«-e ever ••ft«.-re<J t>n >"*"* "4" 4W _ UEONARD MOODY «. E. «.X> .. 30» F'.a'.»u»n -* nrocViyn. X. *. - - Country Property forSd^^ FOR SO YK.\K«* \XT. HAVE SOU* C3UMTBY ?F:Q?EBTY Onil CutMlos tie* >o in:*ailiac »«)"• Owners. wUbin* lo .«U. eail or *m» . PhUliita M Walla. ÜBS Tribuse BullUiag. >• *^^ BIT YOUR COCNTKY KGX**!^*. direct from owner at rock bottom prt«*». WSJ" '"^ »!•* water. $».OU>; «noth«r HM'iO, an i >>«>• •« T^MSt •evtral nn» hulMinir »lte-i AU on I»n« l *JTl'i " ■. 11. lt\lM).\i.l.. So. >«rwal». < •••• . B, h» format '•**££*&? thl* t.«i»i!r!ful »uS>urb*n town. «ltu*» » ■ t0 ■». from New York City, oa two ral!n^i»- V-ojna*'^**- BIOOART. OuJrman of 3ut«urbaa Moß ir*-» ? ,f Tr*J* Bloomft N. J.. for booklet »«»u«<i by tl>« ■" ""